on tags, labels or packaging, in connection with the wholesale, retail and/or Internet sale of plushtoys; (3) using PILLOW PETS™, MY PILLOW PETS®, IT’S A PILLOW, IT’S A PET, IT’S APILLOW PET®, or any confusingly similar mark, or any colorable imitations thereof, in anyadvertising, promotions, solicitations or Internet use (including, but not limited to, website,domain name, coupon, and/or social networks) for such wholesale, retail and/or Internet sale; (4)using the terms “authentic,” “original,” “official,” “As Seen On TV” or other similar confusingterms in connection with the wholesale, resale and/or Internet sale of Plushez or Napies plushtoys; (5) making any other false associations with Plaintiff or plaintiffs PILLOW PETS™, MYPILLOW PETS®, IT’S A PILLOW, IT’S A PET, IT’S A PILLOW PET®, products inconnection with the wholesale, resale and/or Internet sale of Plushez or Napies plush toys; (6)using third party reviews of PILLOW PETS™, MY PILLOW PETS®, IT’S A PILLOW, IT’S APET, IT’S A PILLOW PET® products; and (7) destroying, mutilating, concealing altering,transferring, or otherwise disposing of, in any manner, any books, records, documents, emails,correspondence, brochures, manuals, or other documents of any kind relating to defendants’ saleof plush toys in the possession custody or control of any of the defendants until further order of this Court.For the reasons stated below, the motion for preliminary injunction is GRANTED in itsentirety.
Whether to grant or deny a preliminary injunction lies within the sound discretion of thedistrict court.
S.C. Johnson & Son, Inc. v. Clorox Co.
, 241 F.3d 232, 237 (2d Cir. 2001);
P & Gv. Ultreo, Inc.
, 574 F. Supp. 2d 339, 344 (S.D.N.Y. 2008). A “party seeking a preliminaryinjunction must demonstrate (1) irreparable harm in the absence of the injunction, and (2) either
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